The African qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup will return in March for the play-offs between ten African countries. Seven countries including Ghana have already got their tickets.
The continent will be represented by five teams which will be decided in March 2022 on a return match.
So far, seven African teams have qualified for the finals of the World Cup qualifiers.
These are the DR Congo, Ghana, Mali, Egypt and Morocco, which have joined the Teranga Lions of Senegal and the Pharaohs.
Meanwhile, the other teams that will join the play-offs will be known through the decisive matches scheduled for Tuesday.
The most exciting match will be played today in the capital Yaoundé at 7 p.m. GMT. It will pit the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon against the Elephants of the Ivory Coast.
Note that the Ivory Coast beat Mozambique 3-0 to regain the lead of the group, ultimately having a point of difference with Cameroon.
The other matches of the day will pit Algeria against Burkina Faso, Tunisia against Zambia and Nigeria against Cape Verde.